An inspiring space for learning and professionalization with masters and figures of international dance.
For years, leading professionals from the world of dance and choreographic creation have been meeting at the International Summer Dance, an inspiring educational and pedagogical space that prologues the previous program of activities and proposals of the Certamen Burgos & New York and that has as its stable headquarters the Centro Hélade.
Prominent dance figures such as Kazuko Hirabayashi, Takeiro Ueyama, Asunción Noales, Arantxa Sargadoy, Jill Eco, Lejato Amara Robinson, Maruxa Salas, Klevis Elmazaj, Amaury Lebrum, Christelle Horna or Lázaro Carreño, among many other professionals, have participated in this pioneering program that provides students with specific tools for choreographic composition, but also familiarizes young performers and talents of our country with techniques and working tools close to the poetics or languages of the most current movement arts.
Who is it aimed at?
The International Summer Dance is preferably aimed at young dancers and performers from Castilla y León and offers graduates and final year students of artistic education in the Community the opportunity to benefit from significant discounts.
This project has established itself as a benchmark in specialized training in dance and choreography in our country and has a strong practical character, since the works and proposals that arise within the framework of the classes are then taken to the stage during the opening gala of the competition. The program offers a total of 30 places, 15 for dancers from Castilla y León or 15 for performers from Europe and other parts of the national geography.
«We know that creativity and movement composition are areas that often need more attention in the training of future performers and choreographers. The careful selection of the contents that make up this program is key, since the choice of what we want to communicate to our young artists is transcendental. We rely on the experience of professionals who know firsthand how the stage imagination "breathes" around the world» Alberto Estébanez
LUIS MARTÍN OYA
Assistant Director of the Nacho Duato Academy (NDA) in Madrid.
She was born in Madrid and began her classical dance studies with Maestro Pedro de la Cruz. She graduated from the Real Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Madrid and from L'École...
Choreographer Rouis Host Dance Composition Method / Kazuko Hirabayashi Choreographic Method
Ayako was born in Osaka, Japan and received her B.F.A. in dance from Osaka University of the Arts. 1991 to 1998 she danced with K. Chamber Dance Company. In 1998 she moved to...
Artistic Director and Choreographer of Marcat Dance
Is a prolific creator who has developed a language through movement that is recognizable by its dynamic physicality and long-lasting emotional impact...
DIRECTOR: Alberto Esbébanez
PRODUCTION: Sara Sáiz y Leticia Bernardo
TECHNICAL TEAM: Miguel Tena, Alejandra Miñón y Eva Merchán
DANCE ON CAMINO DE SANTIAGO CONSULTANT: Alfonso Ordóñez
MUSICAL ATMOSPHERE: Samuel Peñas
HOST: Andrea Santamaría
COMMUNICATION: Eduardo Vielba
AUDIOVISUALS: Carlos Herrera
PHOTOGRAPHY: Gerardo Sanz